Television Documentary  13 Episodes (30 Minutes)

Architecture is the constant fight between man and nature, the fight to overwhelm nature, to possess it. The first act of architecture is to put a stone on the ground. That act transforms a condition of nature into a condition of culture; it’s a holy act.

Mario Botta : Swiss Architect

TYPE                                     :           DOCUMENTARY

SYSTEM                               :           Full HD

LENGTH                                :          13 Episodes / 30 Minutes

BROADCASTING                 :         Thailand / Worldwide

Language                              :         English


When beauty is not a first goal of the design.But the complexity and formidable mechanisms of tropical climate itself challenge the architects to push beyond the limit.


The architecture of Thailand is a major part of the country’s cultural legacy and reflects both the challenges of living in Thailand’s sometimes extreme climate as well as, historically, the importance of architecture to the Thai people’s sense of community and religious beliefs.

Design today has to deal with a timely set of priorities and responsibilities: a concern for the environment, an evolved sense of responsibility toward other human beings, new technical advancements in manufacturing and distribution, new ideas about what constitutes privacy and ownership of things and spaces, the immateriality of new forms of design, the interactivity that many objects allow, and the resurgence of local cultures in response to the global market.

That is how ‘Thailand Grand Spaces’ tells the story through architecture and passion of the people around it. There is no limitation if we want to design.

Thailand Grand Spaces : X2 KUIBURI with Duangrit Bunnag

“If you end up copying yourself, it’s a disaster of architect “ Duangrit Bunnag,

Businessmen and foreign tourists around the world praise the X2 Kui Buri Resort as the best 5 Stars resort that captured the heart of Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand.

It was listed as the World’s Best Awards 2015 from Travel Leisure South East Asia magazine, where all aspects of the design are full of details, to give a wonderful feeling of getting lost in the Maze of the sea. The design was created by one of the most Thailand renowned architects; Duangrit Bunnag, who founded Duangrit Bunnag Architect Limited

“The best thing that you can do as an architect is to make yourself disappear. It’s not about you. It’s about them, the people, the context and whatever. It does never be about you. Duangrit Bunnag